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    Volume 71, Issue 04

    Meet the President
    76 Meet the President: Cynthia L. Raehl, PharmD
    Joseph T. DiPiro
    Viewpoints
    71 Making Residency Training an Expectation for Pharmacists in Direct Patient Care Roles
    Stuart T. Haines, PharmD
    72 The Next Big Challenge for Pharmacy Academia
    Joseph T. DiPiro
    73 Documentation: A Value Proposition for Pharmacy Education and the Pharmacy Profession
    George E. MacKinnon III, PhD
    Reviews
    66 Progress Examinations in Pharmacy Education
    Cecilia M. Plaza, PharmD, PhD
    Research Articles
    61 Development of a Multidimensional Scale to Measure Work Satisfaction Among Pharmacy Faculty Members
    Mark H. Conklin, PharmD, and Shane P. Desselle, PhD
    62 Job Turnover Intentions Among Pharmacy Faculty
    Mark H. Conklin, PharmD, and Shane P. Desselle, PhD
    64 Teaching Patient Assessment Skills to Doctor of Pharmacy Students: The TOPAS Study
    Jeffery W. Spray, PharmD, and Sarah A. Parnapy, PharmD
    67 Pharmacists’ Perceptions of Facilitators and Barriers to Lifelong Learning
    Alan L. Hanson, PhD, Ruth H. Bruskiewitz, MS, and James E. DeMuth, PhD
    68 Gifts and Corporate Influence in Doctor of Pharmacy Education
    Peggy Piascik, PhD, Daphne Bernard, PharmD, Suresh Madhavan, PhD, MBA, Todd D. Sorensen PharmD, Steve C. Stoner, PharmD, and Tom TenHoeve, PhD
    69 Prepharmacy Years in College and Academic Performance in a Professional Program
    Sara E. Renzi, BS, Melissa A. Krzeminski, BS, Mark M. Sauberan, MS, Daniel A. Brazeau, PhD, and Gayle A. Brazeau, PhD
    80 Pharmacoepidemiology Education in US Colleges and Schools of Pharmacy
    Esmond D. Nwokeji, PhD, Karen L. Rascati, PhD, Leticia R. Moczygemba, PharmD,and James P. Wilson, PhD
    Teachers Topics
    70 Relevance of Physics to the Pharmacy Major
    Richard P. McCall, PhD
    77 Preparing PharmD Students to Participate in Medicare Part D Education and Enrollment
    Michelle Zagar, PharmD, MEd
    78 Physiology of the Autonomic Nervous System
    Laurie Kelly McCorry, PhD
    81 Applying Transactional Analysis and Personality Assessment to Improve Patient Counseling and Communication Skills
    Lesa Lawrence, PhD, MBA
    Instructional Design and Assessment
    63 A Rubric to Assess Critical Literature Evaluation Skills
    Matthew L. Blommel, PharmD, and Marie A. Abate, PharmD, BS
    65 Elective Course in Nutrition Taught by a Pharmacy Student
    Ronda R. Machen, PharmD, Dana Hammer, PhD, MS, and Peggy Odegard, PharmD
    79 A Bingo Game Motivates Students to Interact with Course Material
    Karen J. Tietze, PharmD
    Letters
    74 Letters, Vol 71, Issue 4
    Erin Albert, PharmD, MBA; Adam M. Persky, PhD, Wendy C. Cox, PharmD, Kim Deloatch, MEd, BS Pharm, Gary M. Pollack, PhD; Ashok Patel
    Book Reviews
    75 Book Reviews, Vol 71, Issue 4
    Marlea G. Wellein; Chanel F. Agness, PharmD; XH Huang, PhD, and J Li, PhD
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    The American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education (ISSN 0002-9459) is the official publication of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. The Journal is directed to all those with interest in professional, graduate, and postgraduate pharmaceutical education. Its purpose is to document and advance pharmaceutical education in the United States and Internationally. The Journal features original research articles, editorials, reports on the state of pharmaceutical education, descriptions of teaching innovations, and book reviews.

    Editor:
         Joseph T. DiPiro, Pharm.D., South Carolina College of Pharmacy

    Associate Editors:
         Gayle A. Brazeau, Ph.D., The University of New England
         Jack E. Fincham, Ph.D., The University of Missouri - Kansas City
         Claire Anderson, PhD, BPharm, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

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    Articles in the Journal are indexed in: PubMed, Current Contents, Education; Current Contents, Life Sciences; International Pharmaceutical Abstracts; ERIC, Current Index to Journals in Education; PROQuest; and EBSCO.

    The American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education is the official publication of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP). Founded in 1900, AACP is the national organization representing the interests of pharmacy education and educators. Comprising 112 accredited colleges and schools of pharmacy including more than 5,500 faculty, 50,000 students enrolled in professional programs, and 3,900 individuals pursuing graduate study, AACP is committed to excellence in pharmacy education.

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